College Group is the college-aged and young adult ministry at Scottsdale Bible Church for all three of our campuses. This group is for young men and women, 18-25 years old, whether or not you are in school or working.
Our vision is to be a group of young adults who KNOW & SERVE one another persistently; a group that is always striving to MEET & DEPEND on God; a group that seeks to PURSUE & TRAIN disciples for Jesus boldly.
Tuesday | 7pm | Shea Campus
Join us on Tuesday nights for authentic community, practical teaching from the Word, and a space for genuine worship.
Sunday | 9am | The Venue, Shea Campus
We worship together and call The Venue our home on Sunday mornings worship. We value being a part of the intergenerational community that comprises the body of Christ here at Scottsdale Bible Church. We sit on the right-hand side in the first four rows and would love to worship together each weekend!
April 16 | Passion Week Worship Night | Student Ministries Building | 7pm
April 18 | Sand Volleyball Night | Cactus Park | 7pm
May 3 | Avengers: Endgame | Harkins Shea 14 | Time TBD
May 21 | College Year-end Celebration | Student Ministries Building | 7pm
June 2-4| College Retreat |Location TBD
June 18 | Mission Trip Prayer & Worship Night | Student Ministries Building | 7pm
June 24-July 9 | Czech Republic Mission Trip
For more information about College Group; join our Facebook group, follow us on Instagram, and contact our College Director.
SBC North Ridge College-Age Ministry (18-29) provides opportunities to deepen our relationship with Christ through worship, Bible study and community. As we grow together in faith, the relationships we build will have a lasting impact beyond our college years. Through this ministry, you’ll gain a solid foundation of Scriptural truths and godly encouragement to face the struggles and joys that college life brings.
Sundays| 6:30pm | Saddlecreek Coffee Company
April 14–May 26 | Titus
In this Book of the Bible series, Chip Ingram unpacks the book of Titus. He challenges us to display the gospel in our lives through doing good. We do good works not to earn God’s favor, but as a result of God’s favor. When the gospel has truly taken root in our lives, it produces the fruit of godliness. As we pass these things on to future generations, the Church stands in bright contrast to the darkness of the world.